a 60.0 lb block rests on a smooth plane at an angle of 20 degrees with the horizontal. The block is pulles up the plane with a force of 30.0 lb parallel to the plane. What is its acceleration?

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a 60.0 lb block rests on a smooth plane at an angle of 20 degrees with the horizontal. The block is pulles up the plane with a force of 30.0 lb parallel to the plane. What is its acceleration?

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force cannot be lb, it should be N or kg m/s^2
or lb m/s^2

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|dw:1327495597350:dw| as it moves in the horizontal direction due to applied force
what is the formula being used in pascal's law?

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